What to expect dating someone with bipolar disorder

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At the time I couldn't see a problem, but after being with him for a couple months I realized how serious it can get. Then gets mad at me for being mad at him for how he's acting?Like he expects me to kiss his *** after how he treats me. Always cussing in public out loud and making fun of pretty much everyone that walks by.If we get in little arguments in public, he tells me to *uck off and calls me names.It embarrasses me, I try talking to him about how I feel.he just gets defensive.We became best friends, and two years later he married another woman and had a baby.

Dealing with the ups and downs of bipolar disorder can be difficult—and not just for the person with the illness.We have been together for almost 2 years now, we also have a 6 month old daughter. When he is in his "mood" he says such horrible things to me.When I first met him he was pretty open with me about his illness, he told me everything about how he was and how he can be very mean and angry at times. Calls me names and brings me down..that makes me mad, then I'm a ***** towards him because of the things he says and does.When I first met him he was pretty open with me about his illness, he told me everything about how he was and how he can be very mean and angry at times.At the time I couldn't see a problem, but after being with him for a... He yells at me if something isn't right or I'm not doing something his way.

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